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Old 04-01-2013, 05:44 PM
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Looking for a LOW profile master cylinder....

any suggestions on where to find a Low profile dual master cylinder for manual brakes?
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Something like this do it for you!
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How far away can I mount this remote reservoir and still have solid brakes (manual)???
I'm thinking only place for reservoir is trunk?
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As long as the fill lines and the reservoir are all above the master cylinder at all times, it could be located in the trunk area. You don't want a situation where air could get trapped in the line between the reservoir and the master cylinder.
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